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The EzDrop 1000C Micro-Volume/Cuvette Spectrophotometer

Suitable for a wide range of applications thanks to a dual sample measurement system of micro-volume and cuvette options

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The EzDrop 1000C, like its counterpart the EzDrop 1000, quickly evaluates samples in just 3 seconds, boosting laboratory efficiency.

by Blue-Ray Biotech Corporation
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Blue-Ray Biotech Corporation, a professional manufacturer of life science instruments, has introduced the EzDrop 1000C Micro-Volume / Cuvette Spectrophotometer to its Spectrophotometer product lineup. The EzDrop 1000C features a dual sample measurement system of micro-volume and cuvette options, making it suitable for a broad range of applications. Researchers will benefit from its fast and accurate sample quantification results within just 3 seconds, as well as its intuitive touch screen and compatibility with both standalone and PC systems.

The EzDrop 1000C, like its counterpart the EzDrop 1000, quickly evaluates samples in just 3 seconds, boosting laboratory efficiency. It also includes a built-in cuvette capability with temperature control and a stir function, making it ideal for DNA, RNA, and protein quantification, OD 600 measurement, microarray and labeled protein analysis, as well as long-term dynamic change assays, such as kinetics applications. This makes the EzDrop 1000C indispensable for researchers in pharmacology, clinical medicine, and pharmaceuticals.

The EzDrop 1000C's touch screen interface makes it easy to operate, and its assist light design reduces the risk of errors during pipetting. It can be used as a standalone device or connected to a computer for report generation.

"We are thrilled to introduce the EzDrop 1000C to our customers," says Aimee Chu, Product Manager of Blue-Ray Biotech. "Leveraging the proven success of the EzDrop 1000, the EzDrop 1000C delivers improved versatility and ease of use, making it a valuable asset in laboratory setting."